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Today's News - April 8, 2005

Things not looking too sunny for Britain's solar energy industry. -- The new American Megalopolis has to undertake complex planning strategies (but will it?). -- New Urbanism and Smart Growth may be hip, but are they all they're cracked up to be? -- Not all are pleased with development plans along Scotland's River Tweed. -- Office buildings everywhere are becoming more user- and community-friendly. -- St. Louis renaissance "pinning its hopes on architecture." -- Ground Zero development has ground to a halt. -- Opinion about design of Art Museum of Western Virginia: valid criticism or sour grapes? -- Four projects shattering the boundaries of glass. -- Team selected for U.K.'s first independent Supreme Court. -- Pillars of the Industry Awards honor excellence in multifamily housing. -- Harvard GSD explores the loopholes between architectural theory and practice. -- Denver to throw open its doors to architectural tours. -- One we couldn't resist: a short quiz (for male architects only): how sexist are you?




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